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Do Wording-Effects Represent a Distinctive Response Style Rather Than a Purely Artificial Result?

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Do Wording-Effects Represent a Distinctive Response Style Rather Than a Purely Artificial Result?

This could be answered best by the Horan et al (2003) article. Their Research Question: Do wording-effects represent a distinctive response style rather than a purely artificial result? How do we interpret the two-factor exploratory structure produced by the use of both positively and negatively worded items? Should these factors be interpreted as two separate […]

arnold on Sep 16, 2008